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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 18 April 1884

r i 1. I I i I ' I Stanford, Ky., '.r April IS, 1884 l. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mill train going North. ' Houlh .. Kiprrastraln" Bouth " Norn ... 12 no r. m. ..t M r. m, .. 1 01 A.M. ... 2 !M A.M. The abore li calculated on standard time. time It nlmut 'i0 minutes faster Molar LOCAL NOTICES. Buy Painth of Penny A McAHater. IjANDIietiih garden seeda at Mcltobert A Htagg', Landketiiu Garden Seed at I'miny A McAlisterV. Jon. Haas Hog Cholera. Cure. Penny A McAllster no!e agents. your account with Penny A Mc Aliatrr by cash or noli. IIka.NI) new slock of every thing in the jewelry Hue at Penny A McAlisterV. HonAK, cattle, sheep anil ioultry (vow. der for sale by McHobrrta A Slagg. Nr.iraliadea of ready uiixrsl paints for apring trade at Mcllobert A StiRj.'. Watciik, Clocka and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAlister. Fur Hai.k, a new uprFjjlit.J. A G Fischer piano. Apply at Intkhiok Jowanal of Nkw and full stock of I'Vlnru TncUe of every variety juat received at McltoberU A Kta...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 18 April 1884

L . v - Stanford. Ky., ... late hour. until a very April 18, 1884 Forty Years Ago. Collins were very plain and burial ck-et were unknown. Tombjtones hail larger epitaphs and more verbosity engraved upon them. Ergs were a shilling n dozen and butter couriered high at eighteen cents per lb, Much of the silver currency CpJ, levies tmi. dollar ww of Mexican and Spanish coiniRO. The countrv retail trade wa much bet- ter, as people could not so caaily run to the city by rail. IluetneM letters were more voluminous and formil and were written in a precipe, round hand. There wai York currency, eiiht shillings to the dollar, and New England currency, firohiliing to the dollar. The diet ws more auboharjrel with grease, the winter breakfast usually being made of salted bam and hot cakes. Dinner was simply a hasty lunch at noon xnd little Imparlance was attached to the aecsMity of good diction or a period of rest after eitlng. New Orleans and Muscovado molase?, Tery black and thin, was the commo...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 22 April 1884

Semi "9 Mi imlefiif mtfiraL VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. APRIL 22,1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 24a V. P. WALTON. fubUnheit Tuvmlau nl 83.00 X33It ANNUM When paid trlctlr In advanre. II we have wait kdt tltue, 82.30 will lx charxed. to GEO. 0. BARNES in ENGL AND IUA.IHI3 '11 1 1-1 U)UI)" lOt! 8iiACKi.KWKi,i. Lank, 1 DAUmiN, Lonhon, 12 M a it 29, 1 SSI j Mir KUNA, March !Mc Wonderful for (he lime of year nml to day wt had at fine a Htiecioien of It m we have nen since tbla exceptional xpell begin, with the month. Londoner etti lianlly credit their It Ima been dry under loot for .'5 consecutive wel aotiiethini; unexampled nlmoU We had three aerrice today one of theni at .'I v it. for the children. All mnat blee I in the 'Power of the Spirit "'. At the crowded night meeting our dear Urn Luaihournein the coure of n few cloning remark, had the inerou courage to what he acknowledged wan new truth tilitui "hut," mid he, "rather than relin. quWh It, I cheerfully part with the of ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 22 April 1884

rf i ?1 f! SUaford, Ky., - w. P. WALTON. Tin cowhiding cf Judge Reid continues to be a fruitful aourcc of comment and while there ii nothing but condemnation for wanton deed, the prevailing belief is that Reid ahowed himself the most consummate coward that ever I rod ah oe farther. The man who would, without resistance, even if his antagonist were turned, ubmit to such a disgrace and then flr for a qnarewith thcla'h falling heavy and fast ob his back aa he went, is not worthy of the Dame or he must feel the righteouanet's of faia punishment. Fully Corneilson's equal physically, he could have at least made an eflort to defend himself nnd then if .he hd gotten the worat of it, there could have been no question aa to his manhood. There are two thlnga in Reid'a favor, however; one i that ho was not breaking the laws he had sworn to uphold by carrying concealed a deadly weapon, and the other thai he does not now, after the sudden heat and passion is over, go and dehberntely murder hia as...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 22 April 1884

wklu JiUcriorJonrnal - Stanford, Ky., April 22, 1884 LOCAL NOTICES. Buy I'aikth of IVnnr A McAUater. IiANOUirrilH garden seeda at Mcitoberta & BlcKB'. LANDftETUB Garden 8eeda at Penny A McAIIater'a, Jon. Haas Hog Cholera Cure. Penny & McAllster aole agenta. Clohk your account with Penny A Mc-Alister by cash or note. liiiAND new slock oferery thing iu the jewelry line nt Penny A MoAlinter'n. HohK; cattle, ahcrp and poultry powder for sale ly Multobrrla A Hlagg. New shades of ready mixed paints for cpring trade nt McKnberta A SlaggV. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAllster. I'on Kale, n new tiprlght,J. A C Fischer piano, Apply at Intehioh Jouanal Nt.w nnd full Hock of Kislifn? Tackle of every variety just received at McKoberta A StaggV. Kok ooi'Rhi", colds, Ac, use Compound Byrup While Pine. Put up in 2fc and 60c bottles. Trial size 10c. McRobcrta A PERSONAL. J. W. Alcorn, Key , ia attending the Whitley Circuit Court. Mux. P J. Mattinhi.v, of St...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 22 April 1884

Zx Stanford. Ky., April 22, 1884 FIRST LOVE OF A WARRIOR The Beautiful Girl Who Captured General Hancock's Htart. The name of the gallant eoldier, General WinGelii Scott Hancock, is familiar to mil-lion of AmeticiDP. But few know of the many great hardships which he labored unJer before attaining hi present honorable position. He wa born in Montijomery oounty, Penn , 14, lS'Ji His father wa the owner of a well-paying farm there. Unlike most farmers, Mr. Hancock made up hii mind to give his non all the benefits of a good education. At the age of six year he petit lo an academy for young gentlemen in the neighborhood. He remained there until he was 16 years of age. Hia pircnta wished then to place him at work in a large wholesale dry goods house in Philadelphia. He bad different views for hiwelf, however, and asked that he iuiijht go to West Point to study for the array. Mr. Hancock placed no obstacles in the way of his son. He wa admitted lo "Weat Point in 1840. He devoted himself en...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 25 April 1884

l Semi "Wtmm ntcrioronnwl W. V. WALTON. chajiera for aame Immediately. We are exceedinglr aorry to note that A. M Kjlxjrt, a papular compounder of pi 1 1, baa thrown up hi position in the drug store of J. 11 Utile, a be in likely to leave u noon, probably on another proa prcting lour to the liltck Hil' Mr lti ley in now nited by Mr. Thompson, a pharmacist from Cincinnati Mr. Thouiaa C. While, an ul.l uunn of thia vicinity, and a man probably aizly, waa arrrvted Upon a warrant charging him with aault and attempting to rape the wife of John Marshall, who livrs upon Mr. White' place. WIi'k iriv Imnd in the autn of li-0 for in before the police court to-d' when (he care will be inveotiicated Mr W.iio tmterly denlc the cbargr, The bill at the .Spring waa quite a aucceM, The parlor wer filled with the you nit. the eny nnd the beautiful Mr J A Halilenun and hi acoompliahed wife re ceivrd the company in a gracious and cour teoua manner, which alone made you feel a welcome guent. The muaic a...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 25 April 1884

Uufbrd, Ky., April 25, 1884 W. P- WALTON. TE speech of Judge IWd, which i in Weilneeiiay'H Courier-Journal, in -which ho ex)l'm to hi fellow cilUens, the xnotiYeri ami conflicting emotions that him, the desire on the one hind to Ki and murder his itmdiUnt and the of a better nature urging him to a no-lifer wUnil, ehowa a complete triumph oyer brate force and exhibit, a moral courage of in theae timn, when am order erj rare xocb believe ther munt be their own avenger instead of appeslini: to the law. On the other hand, Cornei!on' statement, in inatallmenti", after the munner of a ie rial torr, everywhere condemned ah the poorest effort at a apecial pleading ever The whole mitter in a nut-shell, tliough he taken columns to oay it, is that hewade his brutal and cowardly sault on Keid because he did not ue his influence with the Superior Court to secure a decision for him. Such a crrMuro de serves the contempt of all decent lawyers nd he ought to be debarred even on his statement. Keid ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 25 April 1884

ntcriorournnl Stanford, Ky., April 25, 1884 l. UN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mill train (olof North . . .. .12 SO p. u 14 II Ua .all . mjiuu 1 M r. u Kiprnatriln" Hmith 101 a. w . .i Norh ...... a M A. M Tbe store la ootruUlot oil lUmUrl time. Solar time li liout 20 minutes fatter LOCAL NOTICES. Hot Paikth of IVnnr A McAttnter. IiANniunns (iHnlni cTiln m Mcltolwrta A HtKK". Lanuiiktiih Garden Hred at IVnny A McAlinter'n. Joh. Haas Hog Cholera Cure. Penny A McAIInter nolo Cume your account with IVniijr A Mo AllMer lj cmIi or note. IlHAND new Mock of cYcry thlni; in tlin jewelry line at I'ennv h McAlintrrV IIoiiHt:, caM'r, xlicfp nl"' I'cultry low. tier for le ljr McHoturt A .Singh. New dlic!f of rrad tniied paint for pring trade at McKobert A HliggV Watch iw, Clocka and Jewolrr repaired and wnrranted by Penny A McAHater. l'ou Bale, a new upright,.!. A C. Kfrcrier piano. Appljr at I.NTf.llloK Jol'ANAL office- Sr.w and full ntoclt of Firliiix Tackle of varirty juat rrcvirrtl at Mcikbert A Irerr...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 25 April 1884

( I 4 Stanford. Ky., GE 0. 0. BARNES in ENGLAND THA.ISE THIS JLOItlV 102 SlIACKLEWELL LANK, Dalhton, London, E ArR 12, 1SS4. Dtar Interior: Satuiiuat, Mrch 29. By the time tny letter to the iNTrmoK Journal wan written the dear Wood boj ciuie round to tea George, Charley and Edward are eteadfant friends to u, for the Truth' eake, and we prize euch ataunch adhetenta to the Weened cause, the more as we are grieved from time to time b the defection of thoie we once thought true. "And these are they like- wUe which are town on stony ground; who, when they have heard the word immediately receive it with gladntsa and have no root in themselves and endureth but for a time; afterwatd, when aflliction and ariseth for the Word's sake, they are offended We all went to up to Bromley together, meeting Dr. and Mrs. Bury at the station. A glorious meeting, with a house full below the galleries and almost breathlesj attention. The Woods.and Herbert came back to supper and we had a most enjoyable tim...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 25 April 1884

M j'.IIIlUI VMM VMruu t'M.lLUI . a"r - INTEKIOR JOUENAL, STANFORD, KV., APRIL 25, SUPPLEMENT. Printers' Errors. A a rlaiw, the manipulator. o( lve may truthfully be called the beat (and wrti boed men in the world, and without nlliiic"t r Jfill, VlTV frw witnlde of the Hade know ihe 1 under which h lalnr or hi eve a faint mi.-caption nf ihenkdl, oare mid pati nre A'ailute rreciiuM t a prime enei.til Milillo approbation, and bow vr little i done in the way of aaiintanoe "C-p" properly prep. red a ifretil deldeialliwi and rarely rec.'ived. That which m ml ed 'fjHl" i often the ruerne. It ihv In? fir to the eye and yel blind l the i-e"e. The Mlron doe lll know enc'ly what he If he b an da. uo 'he tif'jert they way b rv rel ote. nd He linle intler ti.g In h' ot the art lend l" le d him airnf mid il.ma d iuiHwibilitie. Hi Jul ui'ii" a inn been trained in the Ulaller of letiein. He know nothing of "Jiiniificalioir' except that he Mievr he ha it in the lame! nene to (jive tlie "(mrliciilar ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 25 April 1884

" ". $n(erior$ournaI Stanford, Ky, 1r t.r. III I April 25, 1884 W. P. WALTON. Blaine ha a clew majority of Ohio Irict delegation nd of the entire State del I egalion, even if he should loae the dele- gat for the BlUe at large. Arthur wan not known and Hherman only far enough to euiphaaire hi weakneo. It. H. William, the Covington (Kindrnt of the Son Journal, alabbed a fellow named Keed, who attacked him for a j.uMication that appeared in that paper. The national prohibition convention will I held at Pittaburg May 21. The New Orleana Cotton Ktxition will receive an approprirlion of $1 (XX) 000 from the government a a loan. It ii estimated that during the present century 160,000,000 of the II b'e have la-en printed in '.T2IJ different The Houe ha paed the Reualc' lill rr,,ulitn County Attorney lo assist ihe cuinmonmealth in all in the Circuit Court, for which they are torecelv. 15rcnt f all the tine "ml forfeiluna. DANilLLE. BOYLE COUNTT Mr. John K Lamb and M!m Ada Lw Keirill and Mr C...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 25 April 1884

ins good. reti 11 PERSONAL l-il. 3ntcriorournaI Stanford, Ky., Apnl 25, 1884 -Mrs. Gkehham, of Livingston, been wixitine here thin week. has Mraa Luki.la Ramsey has received her tljwers. Call and tret first choice. -X -H-V. CiiAnr.ES Anderson, a brakeman on the Comptroller! Knox haa resigned, to Knoxville Branch, wan crushed to death take t fleet May 1, between two draw-heads at Bardstown June- Arthur and Edmonds combined ion Wednesday. againit Blaine in the .New York convention and ,hnl him out' A neoro iromin was .hot at through the window nf her house at WSlliim.hnrcr. Jew Oaon and hia father, of Monroe, i :l. ..i . Ga. courted the same cirl. They miarrel. k. IJAViii Ki.a. in in the city buy- ...'." ' ' . .ml .T.u. iritis ki. r.tk. ner husnina or paramour was not known "" -.- !-. account. "n'- AU"n. azy Alien county farmer, threw two cf his children into the The Stanford, Lancaster and Danville fire and roanted them alive. Mr. J. W. Guthrie, a sewing machine Telephone line is not...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 25 April 1884

.k.mntpmutof.nll decent lawyer ;,,, rhnrch of Sunford to transfer the tor ""'J'ZiL.Uvrr ""J WIN I Of any of the goods named below yon should by all means buy them of I 1 sill Ww Jma i Hiii Corner Main and Somerset streets, where uu are sure to Ik TREATED FAIRLY h SOUMLY: Flour, Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee, MolasSes, Syrups, Apple Vinegar, Best Coal Oil, Mackerel, Soaps, Starch, Bluing, Teas, Hope, Canned Goods, and Fancy Grocc ries generally; Nails, Hoes, Picks, Shovels, Forks, Rakes, Hatchets, Axles and some Shelf Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, Ohio Glazed Stoneware, Brooms, Churns, Baskets, Tubs, some Harness and Saddles, Tobaccos and Cigars, Spices, ('an dies, Nuts, Fruits, &c, and all at VERY Low PRICES. Country Produce Want-ed. yMdBcauiey una ucu n" Wanted to Change. The cape being urged wa oM Farmer Clnxegrip th. a railroad eompiny fur damage euntained in a collision. The old man' lawyer wa making h appeal to the jury "(untleuan nf the jurt," in Mid, "jint l'kic ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 29 April 1884

u M &.. Vi. L Hero Itifefta ImtftuiL VOLUME X.-NUMBER 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. APRIL 29, 1881 NEW SERIES-NUMBER 24 SStmMSBtcthln $utcrior$ourna W. P. WALTON. trmhUthra Tumdata unit Friday. S3.00 113X1 A.ISNXJ31 Wkrapatd strlellj la 1tbm. II w iuv valt air tlm. 3.0 will U chanted , OANIILLE, BOYLE COUNTT. Mr. FayttU Ilrown vA MIm Nora Nlchol obtained IcieoM to ratrry on the 23d fait. la tli quarterly court on Monday then wre two (Million and fix iuwoodki, ob of the petition ct being continued iron the January trra, J. It. Adam A Ilro., grocris, hate aold oot (o G. I). Mahan, laN of Clay county, i and Howard Kic, o( Garrard, wbo ha bu clerking for the Grm for eotue lime. i J It, Adaai, who hit had charge of the ubluhment, hiu no buainim plana aa yet for th future Tlie R'and combination Male of ble lior by Ilruce A lUrlan took place at their fjaeatablrx on atreet, txginmnK at 10 o'clock A M. and ending at about (I In the orening. The attendance wan large, bidden being present f...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 29 April 1884

K l ' SemMfiBttMi! Inferior Journal Stanford, Ky., April 29, 1884 W. P. WALTON. We agree with the Covington Commm irealih that the court" theinaelrea are in a good measure responsible for the crowing diarapect for the law and it judge. The Gourta of appeal hate been dealing to lone in the flimsiest of technicalities, that people hare come to the conclusion that their role lfct ia to prevent instead of to compel the execution of a just and deserved sentence. 80 it ii not a matter of very great wonder whea they do occasionally decide a case on itaiiacU and merits, that some dmppoiated li tiffin t does use a shot-nun or a cowhide on twe of their number. The courts must pnr iff themselves and decide on the right and jcMttce involved in every case under con sideration and not allow quirks and to defeat the ends for which the laws were created. Furthermore, the judges aautt be more dignified and respect more. It must not he "Dick" and "John" between them and every lawyer, as in the case o...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 29 April 1884

lU t T Sent Wfittcchlji Inicriorlournal Stanford, Ky., April 29, 1884 : . I. iff. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hall lrln going North South ....... .... Exprr train" Houth Norh., 12 80 r. M. .,1 M r. m. . 1 01 a. u. .. J S3 a.M Tno abort li calculated on standard time, tine ft about Jfl rfl!jnjeirjtr tioltr - t0CALHOTICES. Jov Paints of Pennr A McAHittr. Landuetiis garth n ocrd t McItoWrla ArJuKK Lasimetii Ganitri Peed at TVnny A McAlirterV. Jew. Haas Hor Choices Cure. Penny A McAliater o! ajota. Clouc your account with Penny A Mc A I later bjr nuh or Bole. Phani new utoclc of eterj tblnc in the Jewelry line at Penny A McAlirterV. Hoitxc cattle, aheep and poultry Kw der for eale y McKobtrtn A Slagjr. New ahaden of ready mixed 'pa!nt or pring trade at McRoberU A StiggY Watches, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAliater. Fen Sale, a new uprlRht.J. A C. Fischer piano. Apply at Inteiuoh Joi'ANAL office Nr.w and full Mock of FMiintr Tackle of every variety jut received at McKotxrU...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 29 April 1884

dfe SUflford. Ky., April 29, 1884 The fearful Results. "So blonde women are gbloj: out of t 1&M?" inquired a PmI L'upatcK representative of one who, annng other thing, mAea Btudy oficalp disease a ppecimltjr. "To what do you attribute this eudden fall in tie itock of yellow hair?" Well, to Tarioui reaon, almost too to particularix. I dare ay the firt alarm will leave comparative quiet in the. 'cirap of Saxon-haired ladie. The -- of fashion hai a mighty influence, hut blueejed, drab-haired ladies will not wUKagly sink btck Into neutral oMcuntf." But what amount of truth ia thew in the aUtement that chemical injure thoae, whquse them?" -More, perhaps, than you or they are awae of, when it cornea down to being eerioas." , "What are the of the potaonr Tltor differ, of courxe with different tem prruuents. Some women rapidly lose thetc memory fail to recall faces or names, or doth. They lose appetite and have to nnct to beer or a stimulant; looe sleep which is worse than all. They fal...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 2 May 1884

fc Semi H III Intefinf SonttmL VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY.t FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMBER 247. W. P. WALTON. fuliUaluut Tnetilnv nl Friday, 83. OO lJ31t VPPTU31 Whea paid strictly Id advance. If wi have to wait any time, 93.50 will m chsrited. Democratic Contention, At a meeting, of the democrat of county, held nt the in the town of Somerset, Ky., for the We of eelectlng ileleRatea to atteiul the HlaU C invention to be held at Frankfort od the 7ih day of May, 1SS 1, the following proceeding were had, nl,er the object of the uieetenc hating bten alaled by O II. Waddle on; of the count Executive Coin rutltre: Judge John H. Kemlriclc was called to the chair and Will C. Curd Hecteterv. Whereupjn, the chairman appointed the following named gentlemen aa a Commit-tee ou reaoluiiona: 0. II. Waddle, 0. W. Ilichardnon. II C. Newell, Kjbt. Uibaon and !' II VicWery, wno retired and alter a ulurt time spent in deliberation, preient. ed the fulluwing resolution, ito wn); We, the democracy...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly interior journal. — 2 May 1884

Stanford, Ky., W. P. "WALTON. May 2,-1884 Tiik Jfew York Sun with its usual apt- atta rajs tbat the bill to create a Bureau of Labor Ststistics, which paa;ed the houte with onl nineteen diwsenting voter, is a fpecimen of rank deniagogimu in There is already a Bureau of Statistic, with all the official machinery run ning and capable of doing the work which ii proposed to be done by this project. The Rev. Dr. Wild, of Toronto, aftera Hfe time of research, fixes the date of the beginning of the milennium at 1035 That time will suit this generation as well us any other. The Mercer Citizen, with West Cardwell publisher and the old war hor4e, Nat. Gaither, as editor, will make its initial bow t Harrodsburg Saturday, Vjc lave no army to brag about but the little handful coat a a lot of money, $25,000,-000 a year. Every other man is4 an officer, will big pay. A Y.6 UD. LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. The scalp liw is deader than n door nail. The Senate did it by a Tote of two to onn The Joint Legislati...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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